Alexandre Bissonnette has been arrested and is facing very serious charges after he allegedly walked into a mosque in Quebec, Canada, and opened fire during evening prayers. Reports indicate that Bissonnette was one of two men arrested but that he is the only person that is now facing charges. A man by the name of Mohamed el Khadir was also arrested but authorities claim that he is just a witness. No charges have been filed against him.

Police piece together the puzzle

Authorities believe that the 27-year-old university student acted alone at the Quebec City Islamic Cultural Center.

About 20 minutes after the shooting, Bissonnette reportedly dialed 911 and turned himself into police. Those who know this man claim that he was a Trump supporter but that he was fairly quiet -- no one could have predicted that he'd do such a thing. Those who knew him say that he wasn't the violent type. His actions have shocked many people.

The shooting aftermath

A total of six men were killed at the mosque on Sunday night when Bissonnette opened fire. Five men remain in a critical condition at Quebec City's Hôpital de l'Enfant-Jésus. Reports indicate that 12 others suffered less serious injuries and a total of 39 people escaped from the mosque unharmed.

Although a motive has not yet been confirmed, most people see Alexandre Bissonnette's act as being anti-Muslim and it is being treated as an act of terror.

Bissonnette has been charged with six counts of murder. No additional people are being sought in connection with this case. An investigation is still ongoing and authorities are still working to tie up all of the loose ends.

Picking up the pieces

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made the following statement earlier today:

"Make no mistake, this was a terrorist attack,' he said, before issuing a heartfelt message to the country's Muslim community.

Know that we value you. You enrich our shared country in immeasurable ways. It is your home. Last night's horrible crime against the Muslim community was an act of terror committed against Canada and against all Canadians. We will grieve with you. We will defend you. We will love you. And we will stand with you."